Jardin botanique de Deshaies
Bourse des Vols
Beauport new
Paradoxe
Autolagon

Diavet and Bwé ponds

Other bodies of water - Le Gosier

Ponds, some of which can be quite small, are a common feature of limestone islands such as Grande Terre. Most develop naturally in the impermeable clay soil, or result from rising groundwater, fed by rainwater runoff. Others are artificial. The ponds once provided water for cooking, irrigation, and cattle watering. Whether permanent or temporary, they offer refuge to a diverse, distinct type of wildlife and flora (aquatic turtles, cane toads, moorhens, etc.). These two ponds are now maintained as picnic sites, and are equipped with lighting facilities.

Mare de Diavet (Diavet pond)
Mare de Diavet (Diavet pond)
 Mare de Diavet, feeling of tranquility
Mare de Diavet, feeling of tranquility
Mare à Bwé (A Bwé pond)
Mare à Bwé (A Bwé pond)
 Mare a Bwé, place of serenity
Mare a Bwé, place of serenity
chemin bleu
La route du rhum
Hôtel Le Petit Havre
self du pelican

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